One was a group of experts in autism, in the Adam Room at Roehampton. The other was a group of classicists at a conference at the University of Reading.
In addition, earlier this week I discussed the resources in a class with my second year Myths and Mythology students. And, above all, I went into a local primary school's autism unit last month and did some activities with students there to pilot-test the resources. I'll say more about these activities soon. The reason I'm posting now is as follows.
Next week, I shall be sharing the resources with a different audience again. I shall be giving a paper to CIRSIE: The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Special and Inclusive Education at Roehampton. I'm excited at the prospect of receiving their expert feedback. If you'd like to read my abstract, and find out about the date, venue etc, please click the link here.